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EXCLUSIVE: Pilot to install DEF pumps in 1,000 filling lanes by October 2011

Christopher Goodfellow - 17 May 2011

Pilot Travel Centers plans to increase the number of the fuel lanes capable of dispensing Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) at its Pilot and Flying J truck stops from 68 to around 1,000 by October 2011. Over that same time period the number of truck stop locations with bulk dispensing will increase from 68 to over 180. Matt Price, Petroleum...

New DEF dispensers introduced in North America

Clem Aardweg - 1 October 2009

SPATCO, a US producer of Diesel Exhaust Fluid dispensing equipment, has signed an agreement with Pilot Travel Centers to provide bulk DEF dispensing units at Pilot truckstops throughout North America. Truckstops closest to Pilot's and SPATCO's headquarters in North Carolina and Tennessee, respectively, were the first to be equipped with the...

OEMs comment on downsizing of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) tanks and EPA regulation of refill intervals

Niels Tholen - 25 November 2014

Downsizing of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) tanks and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s regulation of DEF refill intervals for passenger cars was discussed at the 7th Integer Emissions Summit USA 2014, held in Chicago, IL. Mike Shovel, Thermal Management - Technical Specialist SCR at Navistar, discussed that the post-2017 greenhouse...

Navistar begins shipments of its first vocational vehicles with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) engines

Ben Treadwell - 17 July 2014

Navistar Inc. has announced that it has shipped the first of its Durastar and International Workstar vehicles using 9L and 10L engines with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. The engines will be used in a variety of vocational vehicles including garbage packing and utility trucks, dump trucks and sewer pumpers. Navistar said...

Hyundai begins North American sales of Tier 4 Final HX series excavators

Ben Treadwell - 30 July 2015

Hyundai Construction has launched its HX series hydraulic excavators in the U.S. and Canada featuring Tier 4 Final compliant engines from both Scania and Cummins. The smaller models are powered by the Cummins engines while the largest two feature the engines by Scania. The models range from 22 to 52 metric tons and achieve Tier 4 Final...

Volvo announces strategy to meet EPA CO2 reduction targets

Christopher Goodfellow - 1 November 2012

Truck manufacturer Volvo has said that it is confident of meeting the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) target of reducing vehicle greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 23% by 2017, but will look to achieve this away from the EPA's suggested method. Bill Dawson, Senior Vice President at Volvo, was speaking at the Diesel Emissions...

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Niels Tholen - 9 February 2015

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New Pilot Flying J DEF locations

Rosalie Winnik - 11 December 2017

9 new Pilot Flying J DEF locations have been added today to DiscoverDEF.com. Pilot Flying J is the largest operator of travel centers in North America, with almost ninety per cent of locations selling DEF at the pump. Find your closest location using the Retail DEF Search on DiscoverDEF.com